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AP: Sex-changing treatment for kids on the rise

According to the Associated Press, a growing number of teenagers and even younger children “who think they were born the wrong sex” are finding doctors willing to give them sex-changing treatments. They cite reports in the medical journal Pediatrics. In

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40 Days of Lent and Life

Friends, Today is Ash Wednesday, a day of repentance and the start of the forty day Lenten period of prayer and fasting. Christians of many different denominations observe Lent in keeping with Christ’s 40 days in the desert where He

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Marriage Updates: Washington, New Jersey, North Carolina

From Family Research Council: In Washington State, where leaders ignored the people and signed a same-sex marriage bill into law, PreserveMarriageWashington.com was prepared. The group set its referendum movement into motion the minute same-sex marriage became official. Under state law,

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FRC: Farewell, Frappuccinos

Here are two excerpts from Rob Schwarzwalder’s column on his personal boycott of Starbucks. Schwarzwalder is a senior vice president for the Family Research Council. With Microsoft and several other major firms, Starbucks last month endorsed the effort of some

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The importance of marriage

Friends of the Family, Marriage between one man and one woman is the foundation for the healthy family. This has been proven time and time again by thousands of social science studies and by history itself. The married mother and

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40 Days for Life coming to five MA towns

40 Days for Life is a national, ecumenical pro-life effort that consists of 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion and peaceful vigil outside abortion facilities. The campaign is run twice a year–once during Lent, and

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Opponents of casino gambling meet

United to Stop Slots in Massachusetts recently held a conference where citizens committed to prevent casinos from coming to the Bay State shared ideas and created goals for the ongoing effort. The group agreed to continue to move forward with

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MFI responds to Globe column endorsing pornography

On February 9, Boston Globe columnist Erika Christakis wrote a piece titled “Fair-trade Pornography” that encouraged so-called “ethically sourced pornography.” She goes so far as to say that society’s attraction to pornography is a “primitive – but relatively harmless” impulse.

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